sábado, 26 de junio de 2010

The Re.ViCa project: Reviewing (traces of) European Virtual Campuses



Hoy traemos a este espacio a RE VICA

The Re.ViCa project ran from October 2007 until October 2009. Re.ViCa has been making an inventory and carrying out a systematic review of cross-institutional Virtual Campus initiatives of the past decade within higher education at European, national and regional levels. The main objective of the Re.ViCa project was to identify relevant parameters and success factors for evaluating and comparing Virtual Campuses, based on thorough research and expert input. The Re.ViCa Consortium organises in-depth discussions with experts in order to incorporate the input of different interest groups.

The International Advisory Committee consists of European and non-European experts in the field of Virtual Campuses, who have provided input on the work of the project team.

The results of the research are now available on a public wiki. All project publications are available on the Publication page on this web site.

All updated information from now on available on:

http://www.virtualcampuses.eu

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The Re.ViCa project ran from October 2007 until October 2009. Re.ViCa has been making an inventory and carrying out a systematic review of cross-institutional Virtual Campus initiatives of the past decade within higher education at European, national and regional levels. The main objective of the Re.ViCa project was to identify relevant parameters and success factors for evaluating and comparing Virtual Campuses, based on thorough research and expert input. The Re.ViCa Consortium organises in-depth discussions with experts in order to incorporate the input of different interest groups.

The International Advisory Committee consists of European and non-European experts in the field of Virtual Campuses, who have provided input on the work of the project team.

The results of the research are now available on a public wiki. All project publications are available on the Publication page on this web site.

All updated information from now on available on:

http://www.virtualcampuses.eu

Project Update

New Re.ViCa newsletter published!

The April/May edition of the Virtual Campus newsletter has been published. Highlights this month include a summary of recent US activity relevant to e-learning and virtual campuses, a report on a workshop on e-learning in South America, an insight into the activities of the Association of Academic E-learning in Poland and a topical collection of announcements, reports and publications in the field of e-learning and the virtual campus.

The Re.ViCa project ended in October 2009 but the Consortium agreed to further investigate the Virtual Campus phenomenon. Please find all updated information from now on the Virtual Campuses wiki: http://www.virtualcampuses.eu
handbook

The Re.ViCa Handbook: "Reviewing the Virtual Campus phenomenon: The Rise of Large-scale e-Learning Initiatives Worldwide": is now available: Download pdf.

* press release *

The Re.ViCa wiki grows!

The Re.ViCa wiki has already more then 3.000 unique visitors from 140 different countries. We have now more then 450 Notable e-learning intiatives identified around the globe. You can find the list in our Re.ViCa wiki: http://www.virtualcampuses.eu/index.php/Programmes.


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